Things aren’t looking good for James Contreras, who was an ATF supervisor in Seattle.
The Seattle PI reports that Contreras, 51, has been indicted on charges that he stole $19,700 from ATF from funds that were earmarked for undercover agents to buy guns and for informants.
The feds allege that he faked records to cover up the theft.
The paper reports that authorities allege that the crimes took place between March 2010 to April 2012.
Prosecutors claim the thefts began in March 2010 and continued through April 2012.